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December 4, 2009 by


Two years ago religious leaders convened next to one of Greenland’s retreating glaciers in prayer for the planet with the blessing of Pope Benedict. Today the Christian Science Monitor reports the sea near Alaska has increasingly higher acidity – a side effect of the ocean’s ability to scrub CO2 from the atmosphere. What this could […]

Turning green commuting into everyday fare…

December 3, 2009 by


Making sure green transit moves from unique chic to common practice includes overcoming the hurdles of staying clean and commuting safely.  In Los Angeles, California a motorist was convicted of turning his car into a weapon to force cyclists off the road. This story highlights the dangers of shared roadways. For the elite cyclist, manuvering in and […]

Cycle Chic

November 25, 2009 by


According to Mom, wearing the appropriate attire, while cycling, tickles my fancy because she pedaled me through the streets of Aalborg as a baby. I must have learned through osmosis that you don’t need to have helmet hair to have fun commuting. Is the real reason you don’t cycle to work because the clothes aren’t […]

Green/ the New IPO

November 21, 2009 by


... a creative space for the next big idea... geek-chic mixes with the quest for knowledge and everyone seeks the big IPO cashout.